Fast-rising country star Parker McCollum made his Grand Ole Opry debut performance on Saturday night.
This Saturday, MCA Nashville’s Parker McCollum made his debut performance at the world-renowned Grand Ole Opry, having been invited by label mate Dierks Bentley, who was also on hand to introduce the up-and-comer to the Opry crowd. A knowledgeable connoisseur of classic country, Parker performed Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Middle Aged Crazy” in addition to his debut No.1 hit single “Pretty Heart.” Furthering the celebration, Jordan Pettit and Dan Rogers from Opry Entertainment surprised Parker with a plaque commemorating the RIAA Platinum Certification of “Pretty Heart.”
Last month, Parker performed “Pretty Heart” as part of his national TV debut on NBC’s 3rd Hour of Today. Since its release, “Pretty Heart” has accumulated impressive streaming numbers and has consistently stayed in the Top 10 on the country streaming chart averaging almost 7M streams a week. “Pretty Heart” is featured on Parker’s recent EP, Hollywood Gold, which debuted Top 10 on the Billboard country chart and marked the highest-selling debut country EP for 2020.
Parker just released his new single “To Be Loved By You” which he cowrote with Rhett Akins. “To Be Loved By You” was most added at country radio upon its debut.